NEW YORK — Everlast Worldwide Inc. won a technical knockout in New York Supreme Court, as the judge dismissed on summary judgement a lawsuit brought by Joan Hansen and Co., which filed an appeal on Tuesday.

Hansen, a nonexclusive licensing consultant to Everlast, sought $49 million in damages, alleging the New York-based activewear maker was in breach of contract and that chief executive officer George Horowitz engaged in tortious interference.

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